Conversations with Igor Stravinsky

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INDEX
(S) Stands for Stravinsky
Abeilles, Les (S), 40-41
Agon (S), 23, 134
Aleko (ballet music by Tchaikovsky), 114
Alexander III, Tsar, 92-93
Altenberg Lieder (Berg), 30
Ansermet, Ernest, 58
Apollo (S), 15, 17, 23, 115, 144, 145
Apologie de la Danse (de Lauze), 19
Argutinsky, Prince Vladimir, 116
Ariadne auf Naxos (Strauss), 83
Auberjonois, René, 63, 64
Auden, W. H., 15, 35, 86, 87
Augenlicht, Das (Webern), 133
Augures Printanigres, Les (Sacre du Printemps, S), 47
Bach, J. S., 25, 30-31, 78, 135, 145
Bakst, 96, 108-9, 110, 111
Balakirev, 38, 43, 46
Balla, 103, 104, 105
Balthus, 112
Balustrade (ballet, S), 114
Barber of Seville (reduction for two pianos, Schoenberg), 77
Bartók, 82, 127
Bauchant, André, 115
Beethoven, 27-28, 39, 99, 119, 145-46
Benois, 70, 107, 109-10
Bérard, Christian, 115
Berg, 30, 77, 79-82, 127, 128, 134, 145
Berlioz, 27, 28
Berman, Eugene, 25, 109
Bessel (publisher); 66
Blanche, J.-E., 113
Bluebird, The (Maeterlinck), 41
Blue Façade (Mondrian), 16
Boccioni, 103, 105
Böcklin, Arnold, 84
Bohème, La (Puccini), 68
Bolero (Ravel), 139
Bonnard, 96
Boris Godunov (Moussorgsky), 55
Borodin, 43
Bosch, Hieronymus, 142
Bosset, Vera de, 114; see also Stravinsky
Boulez, Pierre, 23, 31-32, 146, 147, 148
Boutique Fantasque, La (ballet, Rossini-Respighi), 112
Brahms, 27, 43-44, 78
Brancusi, 102, 115
Braque, 115
Brumel, Antoine, 142
Busoni, 99, 121-22
Cage, The (ballet, S), 40
Caldara, 84-85
Canova, 102
Cantata (S), 150
Canticum Sacrum (S), 22, 36, 137, 141

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • 1: About Composing And Compositions 11
  • 2: About Musicians and Others 37
  • 3: About My Life and Times And Other Arts 92
  • 4: About Music Today 119
  • Index 156
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